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01 Jul 15 Macedonia’s Head Spy Hunter Calls Lustration ‘Success’

After Brussels demanded the revision or scrapping of Macedonia’s controversy-ridden Lustration Law, the country’s head spy hunter insisted the collaborator-hunting process was a success.

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30 Jun 15 Bosnian Serb Leader Plans Poll Challenging State Court

The president of Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska proposed a referendum challenging the state-level court's authority but faces resistance from the Serb opposition and the international community.

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29 Jun 15 Kosovo Govt Seeks New Vote on War Court

The government wants a fresh parliamentary vote to allow the establishment of a controversial new special court to try Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas after MPs failed to back it last week.

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26 Jun 15 Kosovo Vote on New War Crimes Court Fails

A vote to change the constitution to allow the establishment of a controversial new special court to try Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas failed because not enough MPs voted in favour.

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26 Jun 15 Srebrenica Commander’s Extradition Sparks Serb Fury

The Swiss authorities’ decision to extradite Srebrenica’s wartime Bosniak commander Naser Oric to Bosnia instead of Serbia has angered political leaders in Belgrade and Banja Luka.

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26 Jun 15 Kosovo to Vote on Controversial War Crimes Court

The Kosovo parliament will vote on Friday on the establishment of a long-anticipated EU-backed special court to try wartime KLA guerrillas, amid fierce opposition in the country.

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25 Jun 15 Bosnian Serbs’ Renaming of Language Angers Bosniaks

Bosniak officials, teachers and parents expressed anger after schools in Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity of Republika Srpska changed of the name of their language without consultation.

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23 Jun 15 Serbian Minister Sparks ‘Fascism’ Row With Croatia

In comments likely to infuriate Zagreb, Serbian labour minister Aleksandar Vulin claimed that fascism is on the rise in Croatia after his trip to a WWII concentration camp sparked anger.

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23 Jun 15 Serbian Minister Sparks ‘Fascism’ Row With Croatia

In comments likely to infuriate Zagreb, Serbian labour minister Aleksandar Vulin claimed that fascism is on the rise in Croatia after his trip to a WWII concentration camp sparked anger.

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22 Jun 15 40 Kosovo Ex-Guerrillas Still Wanted by Serbia

After the brief detention of former PM Ramush Haradinaj, media reports suggest that old Serbian war crimes warrants still exist for some 40 more Kosovo Liberation Army ex-fighters.

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19 Jun 15 Slovenia Releases Kosovo Ex-Premier Haradinaj

Wartime guerrilla commander turned political leader Ramush Haradinaj, who was detained in Slovenia on a Serbian war crimes arrest warrant, is expected to return to Kosovo after being freed.

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19 Jun 15 Kosovo PM: New War Court Vote Next Week

Prime Minister Isa Mustafa said delayed draft legislation enabling the establishment of a new EU-backed special court to try wartime Kosovo guerrillas has now been sent to MPs.

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19 Jun 15 Slovenia ‘Will Not Extradite’ Kosovo Ex-PM to Serbia

Slovenia said ex-premier Ramush Haradinaj will not be extradited to Belgrade after he was detained on a Serbian war crimes warrant, while his party said he could return to Kosovo soon.

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19 Jun 15 Serbian Opposition Proposes New Lustration Bill

The opposition League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina wants new lustration legislation to bar those responsible for human rights violations in situations like the 1990s wars from holding public office.

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18 Jun 15 Kosovo Parliament Demands Ex-PM Haradinaj’s Release

Parliament passed a resolution asking for former guerrilla commander Ramush Haradinaj, who was detained in Slovenia on a war crimes warrant issued by Serbia, to be allowed to return to Kosovo.

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